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Changes to .au Domain Name Policy 15/11/2000
The .au Domain Administration (auDA) has released a public consultation report outlining proposed changes to Australia's domain name policy.
Call for board nominations 17/10/2000
au Domain Administration (auDA), the non-profit organisation formed to become the industry self-regulatory body for the .au namespace, calls for nominations for election to the Board of Directors of auDA.
Australia's domain name policy review moved into higher gear last week, as the auDA Name Policy Advisory Panel held its second meeting, in Sydney on 25 July.
.au Domain Administration invites people with an interest in the .au namespace to nominate for a position on the Competition Model Advisory Panel. The panel is to review existing .au...
Plans to review the policies which govern the allocation of Internet domain names received a boost when the auDA Name Policy Advisory Panel held its first meeting, on 27th June...
Advisory Panel Procedures 15/04/2000
Panel Procedures version 2.3 was officially approved by auDA effective from 14th April 2000. This version incorporated feedback from 6 public comments on the previous 2.1 version.
Succesful respondents to auDA AUNIC tender 05/04/2000
The following organisations expressed interest in providing hosting services for AUNIC by Friday 4th February 2000 and were judged by auDA to be qualified to receive tender documents when the...
AUNIC Hosting - Expressions of Interest 10/01/2000
The .au Domain Administration (auDA) is the industry self-regulatory body for administering the .au namespace (Internet domains that end with .au).
On behalf of the Board of auDA, I am pleased to release auDA\\'s proposed policy paper, Advisory Panel Procedures, for a second and final round of public comment and consultation.
auDA announces first full board 11/10/1999
The first full board has been elected as directors of the ".au Domain Administration" (auDA), a non-profit organisation tasked with the development of domain names ending with "au".